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Plastic litter hazleuead Hazlehead Park pitches in Aberdeen to be tackled Published duration 30 April Talks are to be held about the amount of plastic litter left at haxlehead Hazlehead Park in Aberdeen. It is claimed that plastic bottles are regularly strewn across the pitches following football games. Local councillor Jennifer Stewart said it was "ruining a gorgeous space" and said she would raise the issue at a meeting with sports body Sport Aberdeen. Sport Hot girls from Herne has been contacted for comment. Related Topics.

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Sport Aberdeen has been contacted for comment. It is claimed that plastic bottles are regularly strewn across the pitches following football games.

Local councillor Jennifer Stewart said it was "ruining a gorgeous space" and said she would raise the issue at a meeting with sports body Sport Aberdeen. A spokesman said: "Works involving window replacement at Hazlehead Academy are being completed.

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Defence lawyer Peter Keene said Lovw client was a paintball fan, had just bought the new gun, and had originally planned on going to a practice area. Plastic litter at Hazlehead Park pitches in Aberdeen to be tackled Published duration 30 April Talks are to be held about the amount of plastic litter left at popular Hazlehead Park Women cocks in Man Hai Aberdeen.

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The harmful substance was discovered at Hazlehead Academy. Asbestos has been found at an Aberdeen school during work to replace windows.

Related Topics. The school will reopen as planned next week after the summer holidays.

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Owen Petrie, 22, fired at Hazlehead Lvoe from the sunroof of a car while masked last June. The local authority said it was not thought anyone had been put at risk as a result.

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Former pupil Petrie admitted the offence at Aberdeen Sheriff Court, which was committed while he was on bail. The school will reopen next week. Sheriff Graeme Buchanan said: "This is a very serious matter.

Aberdeen City Council said corrugated cement panels were removed by a sub-contractor without proper agreement on safe working practices. Mr Keene said: "When it comes to shooting at school children it becomes a more serious matter.